Steve Bonine suggested:
> >> I recently reported (and just a moment ago reiterated) that noadvertise
> >> doesn't work for me, except for mail from the machine on which majordomo
> >> runs. It just occurred to me to make another test: I used /dcs/ as the
> >> only expression in the noadvertise list. This behaves just like /.*/ and
> >> variations thereon: 'lists' shows the list, except for mail from the
> >> local machine. I suppose that just means I can trust regexps, and that
> >> there really is something goofy going on.
> Are you being bit by the fact that you will see even a noadvertise list if
> you ask for "lists" AND YOU ARE SUBSCRIBED TO THE LIST?
Nope. I did see that in the docs. I tried a test list with an empty
subscribers file and a nonempty subscribers file which didn't contain me.
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